Training Forum - Sat 6 May
Where: Moore College - 1 King St, Newtown
When: Sat 6 May
9.15am – 1:00pm
Cost: $15 (includes morning tea)
Program: Bible Teaching
Communicating across cultures – John Bales
Starting conversations about Jesus – Greg Piesley
Talking with people from a Catholic background about Jesus – Mark Gilbert
Mental Health First Aid – Amanda Mason
Video: 'Urban evangelists' share about their work in various communities.
Community Chaplaincy Pathway
Options for Academic (A) and Practical (P) Requirements
Note: To be authorised as a Community Chaplain, you are only required to complete 40 hours of Academic and 40 hours of practical training.
Moore College - PTC (Preliminary Theological Certificate) A
ENC / Anglicare - Introduction to Pastoral Care 40 hr Short Practicum P
ENC - ADAPT (Applied Discipling of All People groups and Tribes) P
Anglicare - Advance Pastoral Care (IPC) P
Mary Andrews College (MAC) - Diploma or Advanced Diploma courses A/P
- Academic Studies in Theology Certificate A
- Certificate in Theology A
Timothy Partnership - Courses A
Sports Chaplaincy Australia (SCA) - Levels 1-3 Sports Chaplaincy P
ENC has partnered with Anglicare, Mary Andrews College (Anglican Deaconess Ministries) and Centre for Ministry Development at Moore College to enhance pastoral care and evangelism training in Sydney and beyond. We have a high view of the Bible and encourage those who participate in our courses to read the Scripture and spend time reflecting on it in light of their service of Jesus, particularly within a pastoral care context.
What do I need to do to become a Community Chaplain?
Step 1: Complete Academic and Practical Requirements - refer above.
Step 2: Obtain Working with Children Check No.
Step 3: Obtain personal reference from ministry leader and email us.
Step 4: Complete lifestyle questionnaire. Note all lifestyle questionnaires are strictly confidential and will be only viewed by only one person of the same gender.